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intolerable

adjective /inˈtolərəbl/
that cannot be endured or borne
intolérable
intolerable pain an intolerable situation.
intolerably adverb
intolérablement
intolerant adjective (often with of) unwilling to endure or accept eg people whose ideas etc are different from one’s own, members of a different race or religion etc
intolérant (de)
an intolerant attitude He is intolerant of others’ faults.
intolerance noun
intolérance
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